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07.09.2023
José Cura: It takes time to grow from a tiny seed into a huge tree
Exclusive interview with the world-famous artist
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24.03.2023
Heitor Villa-Lobos's style
Use of chirping woodwinds over singing, lyrical strings, full brass and percussion create an atmosph...
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20.03.2023
Telemann and the Bachs
Bach and Telemann may have been competitors, but they were also linked personally.
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13.03.2023
Pierre Boulez was a groundbreaking composer
Boulez was far from happy with the general standard of Paris music-making,
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06.03.2023
Mahler: the great synthesist
He was often accused of being absurdly extravagant, morbid, self-indulgent, unable to discriminate b...
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03.03.2023
King Charles’s coronation music
Coronations have taken place in Westminster Abbey since 1066.
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27.02.2023
Handel & Hendrix in London
Handel & Hendrix in London will re-open on 18 May 2023!
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24.02.2023
Berlin Phil announces first ever female concertmaster
Latvian violinist, Vineta Sareika-Völkner, has been announced as the new concertmaster of the acclai...
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20.02.2023
The most popular wedding music ever
Many a bride and groom have left the church to the sound of “the Widor”, as it’s often called. It ce...
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17.02.2023
Black composers showcased in new choral anthology
Music from the anthology has been recorded by London Voices, conducted by Shivani Rattan and produce...
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13.02.2023
The most expensive piano
It sold for $3.4 million to an anonymous buyer at Bonham’s Auction House in New York in 2014
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09.02.2023
The Carnival of the Animals
We can find barking dogs and spring-happy birds in Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons, donkey sounds in Mend...
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